Keeping track of so many different notices and reporting requirements for employee benefit plans can be challenging for any sized company. With the 2012 edition of our 'Employee Benefit Plan Compliance Calendar,' companies can stay ahead of the curve with bottom line information on required notices, including who must receive them, who must provide them and when notices are due. Simply click on the link below to download your free copy.
What's New for Employee Benefit Plans in 2012?
The 2012 edition of the 'Employee Benefit Plan Compliance Calendar' features a number of important updates as a result of new requirements for group health plans under Health Care Reform, including the new summary of benefits and coverage (SBC) notice requirements.
Due to popular demand, we've also added key non-ERISA notice requirements for group health plans featuring information regarding Medicare Part D Creditable Coverage Disclosures.
All-in-One Benefits Compliance Calendar and Downloadable Model Notices
The all-in-one calendar features the major federal notice and reporting requirements for employee benefit plans in a simple chart format and you can download model notices and forms right from the calendar, including:
- Health Care Reform Notices (including the new SBC model notice)
- COBRA Notices
- HIPAA Notices
- Form 5500
- Special Health Care Notices (Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act, Mental Health Parity and Addiction Act, CHIP)
You can also download our companion to the calendar, the '2012 Required Benefits Notices Checklist.' The checklist features a convenient summary of key requirements, along with links to downloadable model notices and agency guidelines—and, we've even included a heads-up as to who must comply. Download your free tools today to stay on track with compliance.